Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Centre for Environment Law Vs Union of India & Others dated 15/04/2013 regarding the necessity of a second home for Asiatic Lion (Panthera leo persica), an endangered species, for its long term survival and to protect the species from extinction.

The de sealing drive of the Delhi government is yet to take off as a bureaucratic maze greets factory owners

There is much confusion among government authorities and industrialists regarding the definition of a polluting industry. Even those seeking de-sealing have no clue on what basis they should file the

the Supreme Court has granted four weeks time to the Delhi government to close all polluting and unauthorised industries operating in Delhi's residential areas. The apex court rejected the

Even as the government goes about sealing industrial units in Delhi, confusion reigns over what s polluting

the Delhi government's drive to shut down polluting factories took another tragic turn on January 6, 2001 when a 35-year-old man killed himself when officials came to seal his factory. Pawan

Next time the Supreme Court gives an order it should add a rider: if the order isn t met, the government will have to pay a fine of Rs 10 lakh per day

The judgement to relocate polluting factories in Delhi leaves several questions unanswered. Will the powers-who-be work to turn good intentions into right actions?

Cornered by the SC and buckling under pressure of protesters, the Delhi government dilutes household industry norms

The Supreme Court (SC) has directed iron foundries in Agra to either shift from the ecosensitive area surrounding the historic monument Taj Mahal or immediately start using natural gas as fuel. The